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    Which is better - "Train yourself how to... " or "Train yourself on how to..."?

    Searching Google for these exact two phrases return roughly the same number of results, so I'm stuck

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    Re: Which is better - "Train yourself how to... " or "Train yourself on how to..."?

    Welcome to the forum, amiram.

    Forget the second of those alternatives — it's not idiomatic.

    It's also an improvement to omit 'how':

    'Train yourself to ride a unicycle while juggling three skittles'.

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